We're keeping you up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the Coronavirus pandemic as it pertains to New Jersey.
New COVID Testing Center in Mays Landing Offering Free Tests
A new COVID-19 testing and antibody test center has officially opened in Mays Landing.
How COVID-19 may affect 2020 tax filings in New Jersey
With extra unemployment money, stimulus checks and small business grants offered, COVID-19 will most likely affect 2020 tax filings in New Jersey, so stay informed.
NJ considers allowing COVID vaccines at dentists, eye doctors
Lawmakers look to expand access points to the COVID-19 vaccine. Skeptics worry about doses being wasted at individual offices as opposed to mega-sites.
More youngsters seeking mental-health treatment due to COVID-19
Many minors in New Jersey likely viewed the start of the pandemic as an extended spring break, but weeks turned into months, and in early 2021, New Jersey remains knee-deep in the crisis.
One shot, two shots -- How NJ vaccine sites try to avoid mix-ups
A system has been set up in New Jersey to make sure you know what kind of vaccine you wind up getting and when you need to get your second dose.
Have patience Ocean County, you'll be able to get vaccinated
More than 100,000 people have tried to make vaccination appointments on the Ocean County Health Department website this week.
Where can you get COVID-19 vaccine in NJ? Full list of sites
The state has made the vaccination available to everyone over the age of 65 and those age 16-64 with underlying conditions.
NJ Coronavirus Vaccines To Be Available for Everyone Over 65
Anyone who wants the coronavirus vaccine could receive it within the next 6-8 weeks after signing up on the state website, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.
A Growing List of Where to Get the COVID Vaccine in South Jersey
The rollout for the COVID-19 vaccine continues with the goal of having 70% of the adult population in the Garden State vaccinated.
NJ Congresswoman Among Several With COVID After Riot Lockdown
A day after one of New Jersey's congressional delegates announced she has COVID-19 days after a possible super spreader situation during the violent riot at the Capitol, at least two more representatives also have tested positive.